Why Start out Your New Year at the Yoga Expo? Here are 5 Reasons!
1. Amplify Your New Year’s Resolutions!
Strengthen your New Year’s Resolution with a day of yoga practice! Maybe a consistent, disciplined practice is one of your New Year’s Resolutions. Attending the Yoga Expo can be a jump-start for continuing your positive intentions for both the New Year and the New Decade.
2. A Full Day of Yoga!
Enjoy classes all day starting at 10:15am with the final class of the day at 4pm. Do more than post on Instagram or talk about yoga. Live your hashtags with a full day with opportunities to practice.
3. Ticket Price Deals!
Take advantage of great deals on group passes! Gather your friends for some positive encouragement and the opportunity to practice together. A family pass with three tickets is only $59. (Single tickets are $35 and two all-day passes are $49.) Whether you’re practicing with your chosen family or your family of origin—or both—the tribe that flows together grows together.
4. Superstar Teachers!
Unique experiences with superstar teachers. Some of the Yoga Expo teachers have been featured on 2019 LA YOGA covers, sharing their words of wisdom. These include Natalie Asatryan, who offers a series of practices to reduce anxiety. She gives tips for going back to school with ease, but they are practices we can connect to anytime we need to increase focus and reduce anxiety. YogaFit Founder Beth Shaw, author of Healing Trauma with Yoga: Go from Surviving to Thriving with Mind-Body Techniques, explains how to befriend the body through a trauma-informed yoga practice.
5. Boutique Shopping at the Yoga Marketplace!
Do you want to try on clothes, taste products, and see what you buy in real life when you shop? The Expo offers the opportunity to discover new products and services under one roof.
The Yoga Expo
Learn more about 2020’s 5th Annual The Yoga Expo: A Celebration of Consciousness. The Los Angeles event will be at the Pasadena Convention Center on January 4, 2020 from 10am-6pm.
Felicia Tomasko has spent more of her life practicing Yoga and Ayurveda than not. She first became introduced to the teachings through the writings of the Transcendentalists, through meditation, and using asana to cross-train for her practice of cross-country running. Between beginning her commitment to Yoga and Ayurveda and today, she earned degrees in environmental biology and anthropology and nursing, and certifications in the practice and teaching of yoga, yoga therapy, and Ayurveda while working in fields including cognitive neuroscience and plant biochemistry. Her commitment to writing is at least as long as her commitment to yoga. Working on everything related to the written word from newspapers to magazines to websites to books, Felicia has been writing and editing professionally since college. In order to feel like a teenager again, Felicia has pulled out her running shoes for regular interval sessions throughout Southern California. Since the very first issue of LA YOGA, Felicia has been part of the team and the growth and development of the Bliss Network.